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Celiac Disease vs. Gluten Intolerance: Is One More Serious Than the Other?

I want to make one more post on the subject matter of Gluten Sensitivity before I get back to finding more fun recipes and ideas for our gluten-free kiddos. Since my diagnosis of celiac disease 5 years ago, I have been very interested in learning about my gluten sensitivity story.  This interest catapulted into a […]

Understanding Conflicting Celiac Test Results

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I want to do a followup on a recent post I made where I shared some of my own gluten sensitivity journey, including some of my son’s.  Toward the middle of this post there is some important information regarding the interpretation of intestinal biopsies that I urge you to read. I had Sam first tested […]

Celiac disease, Autoimmune Disease and A Little Piece of My Journey

I want to share a few videos that really struck a chord with me because of my own personal journey through the land of autoimmune disease and undiagnosed gluten sensitivity. *I am not a doctor or any other trained medical professional for that matter, so please keep that in mind. My blog is a personal […]

Gluten Sensitivity and Vitamin D

I want to share these videos with you because there is some new research that Dr. Petersen discusses that might help someone struggling with Vitamin D Deficiency. I decided to take a closer look at the vitamin supplements that we use: This is the Liquid Multivitamin that I take by Country Life. From the website: […]

Is It Possible To Be Over-Weight And Have A Gluten Problem?

Does this surprise you, like it did me at one point in time? I would love to hear your stories. Incoming search terms:weight (1)

Who Needs a Gluten Test by Dr. Rodney Ford

I absolutely love Dr. Ford’s Lego Props! And yes, I was sick, tired and GRUMPY! Incoming search terms:albuquerque (3)

Green Eggs and Ham Quiche

My version was actually Green Eggs and Sausage, but that doesn’t have the same snazzy ring to it as Green Eggs and Ham!  The only reason I even used sausage is because that is what I had on hand for this final attempt at making a quiche (more of a breakfast casserole) for The Gluten-Free […]

Celiac Disease is Associated with Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)

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I found this to be interesting, especially since my late grandfather was diagnosed with RLS. Celiac Disease Is Associated with Restless Legs Syndrome (click the link for the full article). PURPOSE: Celiac disease may be associated with restless legs syndrome (RLS) because of an association with iron deficiency. Often, RLS negatively affects quality of life […]

Gluten-Free Living Magazine

Gluten Free Living Magazine

My favorite magazine, Gluten-Free Living has been a great source of information for me.  I just received my most recent copy, Number 2/2009.  In the first article, “Top 10 Most Nagging Ingredient Questions,” by Editor Ann Whelan,  she sets it straight on ingredients like Caramel Coloring, Cheese (i.e.: Blue cheeses), Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Low-gluten-hosts, Maltodextrin, […]